On the edge of the 3,000 hectare Farankaraina Forest,
our camp is one of the best locations to see endangered aye-aye and red-ruffed lemurs.
50% of Madagascar's biodiversity is found in the Antongil Bay area in a landscape where you can
enjoy waterfalls and panoramic views.
Locals in the nearby villages are very welcoming.
Take this opportunity to meet local people, learn about the unique Betsimisaraka culture,
and the cultivation of rice, vanilla and cloves.
Beach and Relaxation
The camp is located on one of the best beaches in Antongil Bay, with over 1.5km of fine white sand.
Go for a swim, walk along the beach or settle in a beach chair with a good book.
Transfers to our camp are not dependent on weather conditions: if the ocean is too rough,
we travel on rivers, past local villages and countryside to reach our camp.
Our ecotourism camp sources all food and materials locally, and
provides jobs to locals. A percentage of our profits goes directly to
Fandroakando NGO to help conserve
the Farankaraina forest.
You can also support the local economy through village tours and purchasing local items.
Be part of conservation
Plant a tree. Or two. Or ten! Join the local
Fandroakando NGO reforestation team
in either a seed planting or seedling transplanting activity in the Farankaraina forest.
We plant only native tree species such as canarium, nanto, intsia (teak) or the precious rosewood.
View our range of activities and book with us for an unforgettable lifetime experience!